Associate Professor Megan DavidsonAdjunct Associate Professor, Physiotherapy
Megan Davidson grew up in the Kimberly region of W.A. and undertook university studies as 'first in family', graduating with a BAppSc(Physio) from Curtin University in 1986. She worked in remote/Aboriginal communities as a new graduate before moving to Melbourne where she worked in the community health sector. She joined the staff of the then School of Physiotherapy in 1994. She was awarded a PhD in 2003 for a thesis examining measures of functional outcome for people with low back pain. She has research interests in education in the areas of interprofessional education, the assessment of clinical performance, and evidence based practice. Research interests in healthcare are the development of outcome measures, and risk prediction and recovery expectations in low back pain.